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FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 7:00pm PST
wood, marilyn wade on your left is the only person we know of who is an actual witness, at least an ear witness, to natalie's last moments. but the striking thing about marilyn's story is that the police never interviewed her. on your right, suzanne finstad who wrote the definitive biography of natalie wood called in natasha, the natalie wood biography. welcome ladies. marilyn, first if you would, tell us the story of what you heard that fateful night exactly. what did you hear? where were you, and then describe it. >> i was on the yacht next to the wagners. we were moored in the isthmus off cattily in a island. it was thanksgiving evening and i had gone to bed, about 11:00, and at about 5 after 11 i heard someone yelling, calling for help. help me, somebody, please help me. i got up and started calling across where i could determine the crisis for help were coming from, and i would yell where are you? where are you? i'll come. i'll get you. keep yelling. and all the yelling that took place and screaming was somebody please help me. help me. the cries for help were very, very haunting,
FOX News
Jan 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
confused him. factor moves on bernard mcguirk on and f.b.i. investigating marilyn monroe. miss universe says marijuana is not a good thing. stay tune for those reports.unda . woman: we're helping joplin, missouri, come back from a devastating tornado. man: and now we're helping the t recover from hurricane sandy. we're a leading global insurance company, based right here in america. we've repaid every dollar america lent us. everything, plus a profit of more than $22 billion. for the american people. thank you, america. helping people recover and rebuild -- that's what we do. now let's bring on tomorrow. man: constant tingling in my toes. woman: i had double vision. woman: they said, "you have multiple sclerosis." man: i kind of had to get a grasp on reality. man: i had to adapt and change very rapidly. woman: i had to learn how to drive with my hands -- yeah, that was interesting. man: a symptom may cause you not to be able to do that anymore, and at one point, i was able to do any of those. man: since i've been cycling, it's definitely helped my walking. woman: it's a fantastic opport
FOX News
Jan 5, 2013 1:00am PST
guirk on and f.b.i. investigating marilyn monroe. miss universe says marijuana is not a good thing. >>. >> bill: personal story segment. miss universe crowned and somewhat controversial but not a bad way. olivia culpo says marijuana not a positive thing. as you may know washington and colorado legalize pot and denver a potted shop immediately opened up. >> its ribbon-cutting for whole new thing. this is what folks are doing at club 65 and the first private pot smoking club in denver. >> hundreds of thousands of people celebrating with alcohol and we wanted to be the ones celebrating with cannabis. >> adults over 21 can smoke a small amount of pot and they believe their private club is legal. >> you can consume marijuana all you want but not in public. so this is by definition private. >> members pay $30 to come in. they bring their own marijuana or share with other adults, but we're told no marijuana will be sold here. >> you can bring your own. >> denver police say they are waiting for guidance to see if the club is in violation of laws. >> bill: with us, miss universe, would you go to that cl
CBS
Jan 28, 2013 11:00pm EST
, and not in a sexy marilyn way. do you have anything like that? no. you do have that don't you? that's very neat. did it come out of a building, or...? actually, they come out of a school. john: a school? man, that's just fabulous. what are you asking for the pair of lamps? nichelle: i have $95 each on them. if you did both, i could do both for $150. i have to think about that. i want to see if i can get the table first, but if i can't this could work. okay. if i can't find a cocktail table i may home in on those lamps. they're screaming "la, new york, industrial mid-century." hold... on. what is this? if only it were glass. that's what we're looking for. walberg: it's reassuring to know not any kidney-shaped mid-century modern coffee table will do. even john's fantasy ensemble has its standards. i'm back. oh, god... (nichelle laughing) you guys dying in the heat like we are? lee: oh, it's rough. actually, it's pretty cool under here. under here, yeah this is beautiful. and i'm back to your industrial lamps. nichelle: i said i'd do them both for, um, $175. walberg: i don't t
FOX News
Jan 16, 2013 7:00pm PST
think about her? >> yeah, i did. i interviewed marilyn beers her biological mother and i think in some ways, marilyn was, it was-- for motherhood and marilyn didn't physically or sexually abuse her child, a-- she desperately and severely neglected her. she was a single mother, she was working two jobs, certainly not to excuse what she did, but in some ways all of these years later, marilyn has some resilience about her as well that in the book we talk about extensively, that's perhaps katie inherited some of her constitution, some of her thick skin, in a way, to marilyn beers. >> greta: katie, sal, the man who abused you first before you were kidnapped. he died in prison and john he is poe zito, he's still alive. any attempts to contact you, and or he's just gone. >> to my knowledge he's not tried to contact me. with that said my parents kept me so sheltered the first eight years, and carolyn contacted him for the book to see if he would be willing to do an interview, which he declined. >> yeah, and more than declining, he actually wrote back to me saying, really, once again saying it
ABC
Jan 17, 2013 7:00am PST
. the lawsuit complains that marilyn model agency plucked her and made her into a star. they say she thanked them by leaving for a rival firm. this victoria's secret catwalker has let the cat out of the bag. it's no secret constance jablonski walked out of the runway, right out of marilyn model management, and into a rival agency. now, her former agency is going public, slapping her with a $3.3 million lawsuit. >> the modeling agency is supremely cutthroat. the model signs a contract with a beauty industry compnay, this could mean a big cut for the agent. >> reporter: jablonski began her career with marilyn, in 2008. the agency takes credit for making the 21-year-old the face of estee lauder. tripling her earnings, making her worth reportedly more than $3 million. marilyn is suing the model's new agency, dna models. arguing she was stolen away at the peak of her career. jablonski is so hot, she has two "vogue" covers next month. >> there's some sympathy factor for the marilyn agency. because, after all, they developed her career, yet, they're not able to really reap the rewards. >> reporter:
NBC
Jan 9, 2013 6:00pm EST
and wind energy bill will pass this session. >> the future of marilyn's death penalty has been debated for a long time in annapolis. a repeal this year may have some steam. capital punishment cases are very rare now in maryland. jane miller has the facts. she joins us live from the newsroom. >> once considered politically risky, reducing the death penalty may come more easily to politicians. death row has only inmate of in -- handful of inmates. >> the death penalty is on the books, but the lethal injection chamber is in storage. it was used in 2012 because of legal technicalities. public safety officials have yet to require new public safety regulations to put back online. the last time, december 2005. wesley baker. he spent 13 years on death row for killing a grandmother during a robbery. five men now make of death row. most of them for crimes decades old. what he predicted in an interview with us has turned out to be true, at least so far. >> i doubt very seriously if i will ever be put to death. >> with the legislature likely to consider taking it off the books, it remains an issue
CNBC
Jan 13, 2013 11:00pm EST
stars on the walk of fame. >> gloria swanson, marilyn monroe. >> his client list includes some of the biggest names of the 20th century: actresses like ingrid bergman and bette davis, singers ella fitzgerald and billie holiday, who all have one thing in common besides their greatness. >> we're a business agent for about 250 entertainment, sports, music, and historical clients, but most of those are deceased. >> dead. >> dead. >> they're working stiffs. >> i guess you could say that. >> you could call roesler's business a william morris agency for the departed, the caa of the doa. it's called cmg, and it's headquartered far from the glitter of hollywood in an office park on the fringes of indianapolis, distinguished only for the orange wind sock for roesler's helipad and his green bentley. inside is a multitiered office lined with memorabilia from his departed clients. first stop, a suit worn by one of the blues brothers. >> i've represented the family of john belushi, his widow, judy, for almost 20 years. >> it is all tastefully done and quiet as a morgue, a shrine of sorts for
SFGTV
Jan 21, 2013 3:30pm PST
. this was wonderful that you were here. i think to be able -- oh, one more. come here. >> my name is marilyn -- president of the friends of the san francisco commission on the status of women. this was awesome. thank you for inviting me. what comes to mind is a collaboration, 20 agencies and all of you here taking time off on a wor day to honor our keynote speaker. the quote that i had, what margaret meade said, a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. you all are doing that. and a half of the friends of the san francisco commission on the status of women, we are the group -- your friends that will help raise money to continue your work, that is why i'm here. i also wanted to say that trafficking involves exploitation in many forms. i have seen in my own community, sometimes it comes in many forms. bondage. professional women and men are in deep debt bondage because they have to pay the traffickers of those who recruit them to their jobs. there was a philippine american, the first to serve in washington state legislature; among her many accomplish things
NBC
Jan 10, 2013 5:00am EST
yesterday. >> we will be right back. >> another top honor for marilyn's public school is -- for maryland's public school. >> a trade school closes in baltimore and that leaves students in new place to learn. students in new place to learn.
MSNBC
Jan 5, 2013 9:00am PST
revelations about marilyn monroe, you'll hear from the reporter that dug up fbi files on the movie star. [ male] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. [ slap! ] [ slap! slap! slap! slap! ] ow! ow! [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium-rich tums starts working so fast you'll forget you had heartburn. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums woman: we're helping joplin, missouri, come back from a devastating tornado. man: and now we're helping the east coast recover from hurricane sandy. we're a leading global insurance company, based right here in america. we've repaid every dollar america lent us. everything, plus a profit of more than $22 billion. for the american people. thank you, america. helping people recover and rebuild -- that's what we do. now let's bring on tomorrow. >>> it's time now for a look at what's topping in today's list of number ones. legendary i
FOX News
Jan 14, 2013 2:00am PST
marilyn monroe. if you think running a restaurant is hard, try running four. fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >> he could not be here tonight because he is no longer technically in show business. we want to show you we have no intention of being edgy or defensive. as ricky learned a hard way when you run afoul of the press they make you host the show more than two times. >> haven't been following zero dark 30 i tore fewer for those who torture james cameron's wife. >> the life of psy which is what i call six weeks after i take this dress off. >> okay. >> very funny ladies hosting last night. welcome back to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. >> i am fatty ann brown. >> it is 30e minutes after the hour. it is time for the top five at 5:30. kay ross breaking out as thousands try to get their hands on housing vouchers in michigan. >> nex
CBS
Jan 17, 2013 11:00pm EST
... she can't come today. should i tell the master's wife? tell her what, ted? about marilyn monroe? look... yeah. bye, ted. thanks. because ted said the photos were stolen, they had to call us. then they found out it was just roger temple having a clear-out of a cupboard. (cell phone rings) family snaps or what? it's hobson. hello? well, did he say why? okay, thanks. arnold raeburn's just given malcolm finniston the heave-ho from the podium. bad feeling all round. you said head porters have a nose for unfortunate secrets. like father, like son? there you are, sir. who's your date for tonight? my date? chief super. yours? no takers. we know how to live, don't we? hathaway: mr. finniston? isn't it a bit late in the day to be changing conductors? well, that's showbiz as i've been explaining to mrs. crompton although i think she's secretly rather pleased that arnold's taken over. do you remember the head porter here when you were an undergraduate? ted temple? his son's the head porter now. yes. i never went to university but my sergeant here tells me that head porters pick up
ABC
Jan 4, 2013 5:00am EST
? >> , marilyn the beltway, it's clear except for 50 the john hanson highway. , second-line from the left a car over tong the shoulder. tapping the brakes a little. bafta outer loop northbound 5 the beltway heading towards .ollege park in virginia, interstate 95, in city, opus boulevard is closed. majorgle scores a victory. ofand getting a preview -driving cars from toyota audi. here's rob nelson. the federal trade commission found no antitrust or anti- violations in how google highlights its search engine results. 70% of all web searches in the u.s. go through google. toyota and auid will have newt -- new self-cars cars from toyota and audi. and customers will be able to pictures and put them on paper, metal, or bemba our .ebsite and apple will launch a line of activated apparel within the next 10 years. i am rob nelson. (vo) sometimes the big plan doesn't work. and the e perfect life turns t to be not so perfect. you start fresh new city. new job. new everything. it's exciting, and scary, at the same time. and sosome days you think, "i can't do this on my own." but then...i went to suntrust.
ABC
Jan 30, 2013 5:00am EST
. >> an investigation will be ongoing for quite some time. this is the marilyn the beltway, south of 50 the john hanson i went. route 202 ind landover. involved a tractor- truck, and ane suv. they all overturned upon impact. is quite dramatic at the scene of the crash. i want to take you to our chopper overhead. this is newschopper 7 looking at .he backup my goodness. i just asked if they could look we have an accident in delay. they are checking for us. we had a report. be careful on this stretch of is beltway because everybody jammed. back to you. >> thank you. on thisdegrees morning, 5:42. >> former congresswoman gabrielle giffords back captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> super bowl xlvii is just days away. local leader says that he out of the debate over whether the redskins fans should now route for the ravens in sunday's game. >> that is wise. d.c. mayor vincent gray tells post peopleon should make your own decisions about which team they will cheer .or he did say he will be watching working on his speechstrict's that he will deliver on tuesday. the ravens are tac
CNBC
Jan 14, 2013 1:00pm EST
with high-end jewelry, that you probably saw last night on golden globes. famous with stars such as marilyn monroe, elizabeth taylor. live people wear it too. swatch ceo harry winston says they have the chance to generate more than a billion in sales and 2 million in net profit. the deal does not include winston's mining arm which will be renamed dominion diamond corporation. sue? >> all right, ty. from a girl's best friend to a guy's best friend. the american international auto show is under way and phil lebeau has been checking in with the auto makers all day. >> reporter: hi, sue. far different than the last couple of years. i haven't seen this enthusiasm2. the car of the year is the cadillac ats. it may surprise you to learn that cad lick ats, the first time cadillac has been awarded the car of the year. truck of the year goes to dodge ram 1500. so you've got two american brands winning car and truck of the year. we are here at toyota stand. i'm joined by jim lentz, head of toyota north america. we were talking about about the buzz that's here. with when is the last time you saw this en
CNN
Jan 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
. at number 21, botched plastic surgery. marilyn lees wants to look a little younger, but after eyelid surgery she's unable to fully close her eyes. >> that's how it is. >> living with a mistake is bad enough -- >> can you die from plastic surgery? >> oh, absolutely. >> take the case of this beauty queen, this argentinian model wants a bigger butt. >> why? >> there are men out there who like big butts. we are a culture that wants to feel attractive and if that's what makes us feel more attractive, then they want a bigger butt. >> the beauty queen goes in for the operation and then dies five days later. here's where some experts think the surgery goes wrong. whatever doctors inject in her butt to make them bigger, fat, silicone or something else, a piece of it breaks off, tears through the bloodstream, then lodges in our lungs. without blood flow to her lungs, she struggles to breathe. it's called a pulmonary embolism. make sure your surgeon is certified by the american board of plastic surgery. >> at number 20, dosage disasters. movie star dennis quaid's twins thomas and zoe develop an infecti
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2013 6:00am EST
the unemployment numbers and what they mean for the economy with marilyn geewax of npr. >> it's quite true that a people history is the result of how our synthesizing the work of great many other historians. what had happened in the 1960s with the culture was that a whole new generation of young historians had come up and they were in essence reevaluating all aspects of our past. >> martin duberman on c-span two. like us on facebook. >> they put us in a field. i don't know someone took a shot and seems like shots were fired. i went down and i think there were something like 96 tanks and each one would fire into the group. anyone that was moaning, they shot. just put it simply, the 150 were made captive and about 84 of them were shot down by ssr forces that captured them. the survivors including ted played dead in the field after they were massed, they are fired on by machine guns in close range from the distance from myself at the podium to you sitting in the audience. machine guns were fired at these men. they didn't run. >> december 17th, 1944 and american convoy traveling through belgiu
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2013 12:00am EST
marilyn, left the agency this year. so i decided to move on. you know what? in a contract you can't just leave because the person who you want to be with left. unless, you have what is called a key man clause. so, for example i have a contract with the fox news channel. i could ask my, who i negotiate my contract say if melissa francis leaves the channel, i should be released from my contract and i can leave as well. melissa: don't you have that in there? >> i don't have it yet. that is my next negotiation but if i don't have that in there and you leave and i love melissa and evenly want to be on with melissa it does not violate my contract. what her attorneys are saying they didn't book her as frequently. they didn't get her the gigs they should have gotten her. therefore they failed their end of the contract. that is why they could leave. but she's the one getting sued. there will be a settlement. my preprediction is out of the court. melissa: sure could look at more pictures of her. >> as opposed to looking at me. melissa: this is segment that we look at victoria secret models here. b
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2013 12:00pm PST
they say, skip congress all together because they can't get it done. >> manu raju of politico and marilyn of "roll call," thank you both very much. president obama may have a new immigration plan in the works and what does that mean for his second agenda? and you may have more cash to put in the bank. after the break we'll examine the reason why. you're watching the place for politics. reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it.
NBC
Jan 9, 2013 5:00pm EST
'm jane miller. the facts about marilyn's death penalty and how little it is now being used as the question of repeal moves to the forefront. >> sex education for seniors is more necessary >> a three-month delay for the army private charged in the wikileaks scandal. the judge cited extra time needed to deal with classified information. this limits the possible sentence for bradley manning if he is convicted. he is accused of leaking reams of classified documents to wikileaks. the government claims he knew or should have known it would be seen by al qaeda. alert, thes medical recent cold weather has claimed two more lives in maryland. e total is now up to four. this may surprise you, but older adults living sexually active life style, are giving rise to a growing number of hiv cases. that is why city health officials and those in the private sector trying to spread the word. >> it has been a long time since and jessica hert sat in a sex education class. it is what seniors do not know that has officials concerned. a growing number of adults are being diagnosed with hiv. >> we
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2012 11:00pm EST
kennedy was going to sleep with marilyn monroe that night. seriously. no attributions, and i thought, how does he know this? he had a source. the source was an interview in the "london daily now" which is a tabloid in london that reported this years ago, and he said it was confirmed by a secret service agent who was at the party but could not be identified. now, is that verifiable? it's something, but sources are important. how a writer knows what he is writing about is important, and some of the popular histories gloss over that. >> guest: and just to add one last point, i think 2012 in general, there were many, many conversations about fact-checking and corroborating sources, verifying facts, making sure what you wrote was actually true. all of these things to some degree background down general lay her, who had been thought of as a rising star. and his newest book came out and it turned out he had fabricated at least one source and copied extensively from earlier writings, and so as a result, his publisher had to withtrue the book and remains to be seen what his next move will be and w
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2013 9:00am EST
that jobs will pick up in 2013. host: marilyn geewax for a long sr. business editor for npr. our line for unemployed. caller: do you think that allowing companies -- i know the government cannot do much in a way of drafting policy or legislation that prevents companies from using a backdrop checks and credit history cannot hire people -- i will be honest with you. -- do not hire people -- i will be honest with you. in our current situation, maybe doing something in the way of incentivizing companies to hire people with these histories, with and that helped to bring these unemployment numbers up? -- wouldn't that help to bring these unemployment numbers up? guest: to have touched on a big issue here. there are a lot of people -- we have got 3.6 million job openings right now. there are lots of jobs that could be filled, if people have the right training or the right resonates. let's say that your credit history is bad. that works against you. -- resumes. let's say that your credit history is bad. that works in against you. they cannot get into these millions of open jobs because of tha
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2013 2:00pm EST
: marilyn geewax, sr. business editor for npr. our line for unemployed. caller: do you think that allowing companies -- i know the government cannot do much in a way of drafting policy or legislation that prevents companies from using a background checks and credit history do not hire people -- i will be honest with you. in our current situation, maybe doing something in the way of incentivizing companies to hire people with these histories, wouldn't that help to bring these unemployment numbers up? guest: you have touched on a big issue here. there are a lot of people -- we have got 3.6 million job openings right now. there are lots of jobs that could be filled, if people have the right training or the right resumes. let's say that your credit history is bad. that works against you. they cannot get into these millions of open jobs because of things that happened in the past. how do we get these workers trained, and how to get employers to be open to hiring them. there are a lot of economists who are saying it is a problem of technology. they're all these software programs that scan throug
NBC
Jan 3, 2013 10:00pm PST
. >> reporter: hardly. kennedy's affairs included one with marilyn monroe and a girlfriend of a chicago mob because. and historian robert dallek said there were countless others. >> all these women who had however brief or limited it was they must have also felt special in some way. >> reporter: compulsive philanderer is a term that's been used, sex addict. how would you describe him? >> i think he was someone who was very needy in some way or other. there was something lacking in him. something that drove him, made him a compulsive womanizer in a way, i think he was out of control. >> reporter: there was a pregnancy scare. there was a moment when you thought you were pregnant with the president's child? >> yeah. it was the first fall when i went back to wheaton. luckily it was just a scare. >> reporter: but you told dave powers? >> i did. i did. he said that he would put me in touch with someone who would put me in touch with someone who would put me in touch with someone down the line, and if i should need help. >> reporter: i mean, okay, you're taking a risk having an affair with a girl.
PBS
Jan 11, 2013 11:00pm PST
last year, she can do anything. >> anything from the help. >> in the help she was like a marilyn monroe type of southern, you know, flight at this sexy woman and she was great, and what is wonderful about this performance is that she is a woman, very womanly and also tough at nails, a killer and that keeps throwing you off, i mean, you keep trying to understand her, and -- >> rose: and confident. >> and you never really understand her and right down to the last shot, which is very mysterious. >> rose: and the interesting question is whether she is, in fact, modeled after a character that played the role that is suggested in this movie and you assume that there is somebody that may not look like jessica chastain but sod of the same qualities as far as the make-up that presence and temperament. >> obsessive. >> rose: so that is two. >> wallace. am i pronouncing it right? >> she is -- i will say by the way everyone in the cast as far as i understand in southern royal was nonprofessional, which right away might push ben zeitlin into consideration for best picture. >> i don't think she will
NBC
Jan 26, 2013 12:35am PST
. >> obviously. as one does, and i got to play with manson this year and then this guy -- >> jimmy: marilyn manson? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's a good guy. [ laughter ] i like that guy. did he give you lessons? >> no, no, i didn't want to learn anything. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. someone sees you at your house, like you have no eyeballs all grayed out. >> you have run-ins with rock 'n' roll heroes. >> jimmy: legends. who do you hang with in l.a.? >> i don't hang with anybody. when i was doing "the x-files" years ago in vancouver -- [ cheers ] all right. this guy -- this guy, i was in a bar and this guy just hunkers down right next to me at a table and he goes, "i'm eddie van halen and i've got a bet with my wife that the guy who does 'red shoe diaries' is the same guy who does 'the x-files.' and i say it is and she says it isn't." and i said, "you're not eddie van halen." the guy had short hair. and i was like, "oh [ bleep ], you are eddie van halen." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. he cut his hair. >> yeah, he cut his hair. >> jimmy: i do remember that. >> and then once in the same b
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